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Moodle Pty Ltd today announced the latest addition to the Moodle Partner program – eCreators Pty Ltd, based in Melbourne, Australia.

A leading Australasian e-learning development and services provider, eCreators’ clients include public and private sector organisations in the region, such as NBNCo, BAE, Harris Scarfe, Ausgrid and PepsiCo.

The company delivers specialist Moodle services, including content development, Moodle training, hosting, plugin development, customised themes and solutions, as well as a range of related services such as Articulate Training.

eCreators’ flagship product, Learnbook, is an interactive theme that sits on top of a hosted version of Moodle, integrated as an electronic learning solution designed to meet the present of small to enterprise-scale organisations.

Dean Saunders, Founder and Director of eCreators, said, “We are absolutely thrilled to become a Certified Moodle Partner. Becoming a part of such a successful movement for us pushes us in new directions and enables us to contribute directly to the evolution of the product. We are looking forward to working closer with our existing customers and offering some attractive services to new customers under the Moodle banner.”

With the education and training industry expanding rapidly in the region, the partnership is a welcome addition to the Moodle Partners network.

“Part of our philosophy is creating and supporting trustworthy, long-term cooperation with committed partners,” said Martin Dougiamas, Founder and CEO of Moodle Pty Ltd.

“I’m really glad to see eCreators bringing their Moodle experience to the Partner group, and to have their support in the continued research and development of the Moodle platform.”

As a Certified Moodle Partner, eCreators will build on its Moodle expertise and offer increased Moodle development and services to the corporate and education sector in Australia.

For further information, please visit the eCreators’ website at


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